Die in a fire, Chris Brown.
katjaanderson added: drawings and animation by Edward Gorey.
When I was a kid, my mother used to watch this show every week. I would always watch the intro, and I was always disappointed the rest of the show didn’t look like it.
And now I’m humming the music. Who wants to have a Marple Marathon before the Kurosawa marathon?
My mom did too. I was a Gorey fan before I even knew it.
Spontaneous Human Combustion was all the rage in the 90s. You could not have a paranormal documentary series, magazine, or book without an entire section or show dedicated to SHC. It got so redundant in fact that many in the general public began to grow tired of hearing about it. I mean it is just…
As always, Happy Hauntings!
Oh geez. Please don’t believe everything you hear.
It has NEVER been reported that somebody was decapitated on Space Mountain. In fact, there have never been reports of anyone dying on Space Mountain who didn’t have a pre-existing condition that was the real cause of death.
You can read about every legitimate, reported death at Disneyland here, here, and here (I had trouble finding links for Disney World deaths for some reason).
When you say a woman died after riding the carousel, you make it sound like somehow the carousel killed her. Like, she collapsed during the ride and died. She died of a preexisting condition. Try not to mislead people with your wording, please.
Uhg. And so disrespectful to talk about Walt’s ghost being in the castle. Really, just disrespectful.
There is no solid evidence that anyone named George died while working on PoTC. But he’s part of Disney lore now, so I’ll leave that one be.
Again, no evidence that anyone had a heart attack when the Haunted Mansion first opened.
Funny how you close by talking about a rumor and asking people to google it when half of what you talked about could also be proven false by a simple google search…..
Edit: Found a link to Disney World accidents. Although it is wikipedia. But I’ve doubled-checked a few and they were true.
Oh crap! That was my fault. I found this the same day as another article on the same subject, and thought this was along the same lines. Teaches me to read things better I suppose.
Anyway, what I thought this article was about was the things you actually linked to, which I have been working on an article about for my Blogger page that goes along with this one.
But yes, go to mastergracey’s links:
Another good resource I’ve found is here: http://dldhistory.com/2k11deainj.asp?Page=6&Filter=All
I totally agree that Disney isn’t dangerous, and it’s true that most deaths were due to error on the part of the rider. George I’ve heard of before, but as you said, not concrete verification on that. Most of the accidents happened at Disneyland, but it has also been open longer, and is in a smaller space with more people.
In my article, I do explicitly tell people that Disney does not try to hide these incidents, but does have a family friendly image to uphold. I don’t recommend asking cast members about any deaths, injuries, accidents, or hauntings, as it can disturb other park goers nearby.
I’m very into to subjects like this as long as they are true. I live in an alleged haunted house, and I get so mad when people try to say the walls bleed and all that crap, because nothing here is bad or evil, and at the very most scares the cat.
I’ll leave the main article link up, but I took out the text for now. Just a warning to anyone following the link that it’s not all true, and mostly speculation on that page.
My favorite story ever when I was a kid.
After I read this, I constantly had to jump onto the bed or couch because I thought her head was hiding under there.
scariest part of the whole movie
“OMGWTFISTHAT!”-my honest to god reaction